This video is a deep dive into using desktop preview to do local and UI testing in XD.
- [Instructor] When it comes to the complexity of UX design,…the old adage, "test early and test often,"…takes on critical importance.…You want everything to do what it's supposed to do.…And one of the ways you can do that…is to actually test it right in the app.…So if you want to work along with me here,…feel free to open up the share file that's…in your chapter five download.…And when it opens, you're can see…this explore China thing.…And right here, I am in Prototype view and you notice…I got just tons of wires.…
Now you can imagine if this project was 60, 70, 100 screens,…the tangle of wires that I would have to deal with.…So I want to make sure that everything…does what it's supposed to do.…And to do that, you can do a test right here.…If you come up here to this play button,…you can do a desktop preview.…And, when you click it, the project opens up…and I'm going to click on Xian…and we're going to go visit the Terracotta Warriors,…and you notice the warriors came…in thataway, so we'll go back.…Let's go check out the food.…
- Navigating the XD interface
- Using artboards and grids
- Adding content to layers
- Using the Repeat Grid feature
- Adding interactivity to a project
- Exporting content
- Sharing your work
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started with Adobe Experience Design
2. Going from Concept to Interactive Prototype
3. Working with Images and Vectors
4. Build Stuff in Experience Design
5. Publishing and Developer Handoff
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